Posts Tagged ‘Ramen’

January 18, 2012 Off

Ramen Yamadaya (Culver city)

By in 13: Culver City, Favorite Food Entries

Yes another ramen post! LA recently turn into a battlefield for authentic “long-hour-prep broth” ramen, another darling is Ramen Yamadaya. It has 3 other locations, the original from Torrance, one in Culver city and Westwood, and one coming soon at Costa mesa. As soon as you walk in you can read about their special process […]

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January 18, 2012 1

Tsujita LA (Sawtelle)

By in 12: Sawtelle, Favorite Food Entries

After reading the glowing review from Jonathan Gold, we know that Tsujita LA is a must-try. Tsujita is a chain from Japan and its first LA outpost is in Sawtelle. At night it’s a chichi Izakaya serving fine Japanese dishes, by day it specializes in Hakata Nagahama Tonkotsu Ramen, ramen with pork broth simmered for […]

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January 18, 2012 1

Ramen Jinya (Miracle Mile)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

I’m so glad to see all these ramen joints popping up all over LA these days! I thought I was mistaken when I drove by Wilshire and saw the sign Ramen Jinya in a tiny strip mall that nobody really goes to. Could there really be a good authentic ramen joint so close to where […]

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December 14, 2011 Off

Ramen Bull Pop-up at Bread bar (WeHo)

By in 09: Weho

I missed last year pop up event and my laziness almost made me miss this year too, but I made it to Ironori’s Ramen bull pop up at Breadbar twice during the last two week of its 4 months run. People gets really geeky and obsessive with ramen and I’m not one of them, but […]

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September 22, 2011 Off

Ken Ken Ramen (San Francisco: Mission)

By in 04: SF+Bay Area, Favorite Food Entries

Pop-Up restaurant is all the rage in SF thanks to the success of Mission Street Food (it has became a permanent restaurant). These pop-ups are usually held in abandoned building in the gritty area of Mission. I was introduced to another pop-up called Ken Ken Ramen, from the owner of the Lower Haight/Mission clothing store Revolver (you’d […]

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